Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Understanding the Complexities of Psychological Well-being in Reverse Migration: Insights from Brain Challenges and Social Factors amidst the Covid19 Pandemic
Savi Bahuguna, Dr. Garima,
The importance of psychological well-being in promoting overall health and quality of life has been widely acknowledged. However, the specific effects of psychological well-being on brain function remain an area of active research.This paper aims to investigate the factors that contribute to the psychological well-being of immigrants who have undergone this urban-to-rural migration in response to the Covid19 pandemic. Drawing upon existing literature, we identify key psychological well-being issues faced by immigrants in such circumstances. Subsequently, we conduct an empirical study to validate these findings, focusing on immigrants who have experienced reverse migration, and explore how these factors influence their overall life satisfaction.The research findings highlight the significance of several factors in promoting psychological well-being among individuals impacted by reverse migration. Firstly, social support emerges as a critical element, with strong social networks and interpersonal connections playing a vital role in enhancing well-being. Additionally, a sense of identity and belongingness, including cultural and community ties, are found to contribute positively to immigrants' psychological well-being during this transition. Furthermore, the absence of discriminatory experiences and a sense of inclusivity play crucial roles in fostering well-being in this context. Lastly, financial stability is identified as a key factor influencing psychological well-being, underscoring the importance of economic resources and security during the migration process. The implications of these findings extend to policymakers and mental health practitioners working with immigrant populations affected by reverse migration due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
psychological well-being, well-being, reverse migration, COVID-19 impact, public health, brain challenges, social factors.
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